By Febe Neri. Shower Doors. Published at Friday, June 08th, 2018 - 21:13:00 PM.
Glass shower doors are fast turning out to be very popular choice when it comes to designing a smart, sleek and functional contemporary bathroom that fits in seamlessly with the modern theme of the rest of the home. Here are 25 bathroom design inspirations that incorporate this ‘glassy and classy’ feature ergonomically and bring about a new sense of apparent beauty to the refreshing shower each day. The biggest advantage or appeal of the glass shower doors and glass shower cubicles is obviously the form factor that they bring to the table. The addition of sleek and stylish glass doors brings in a sense of modern minimalism to every bathroom and with the right use of both wood stone in the remainder of the design; one can also create the perfect balance of textures as well.
The good news is you can have smart contemporary, sleek shower door today which is cost effective IF you’re familiar with the right products and systems. You’ll need to plan smarter to get a cool, price-effective shower today (and glass shower door) for you’ll enjoy for many “tomorrows” in your home. Let’s check out 5 cutting-edge ideas to save on one critical shower component –your glass door. Cutting edge shower door idea #1 – Get a shaped base designed with a shaped shower door in mind A curved glass door is a design-savvy way to create a shower which stands out from the crowd.
Doorless Shower With Glossy Tile. Would you dare this glossy, reflective tile in your walk-in shower? This design by RW Anderson Homes makes it work by providing plenty of light and contrasting the silver glossiness with a matte white marble floor and matte fixtures.Classic Walk-In Shower. This classic, no-fuss, neutral-colored bathroom by Stonebridge Development Group, via Houzz, features a large walk-in shower with great lighting. The ceiling window provides needed extra light in a space with only another frosted window, and the neutral palette makes it perfect for seasonal color changes.
Folding Screen. If your bathroom is large enough, add a folding screen to the front of the shower. The beauty of this option is that you can add the screen and then remove it depending on the needs of the day. A Japanese shoji screen will bring in a spa element and let light come through. Add a shuttered screen to go with the country or shabby chic decor in your home. An art deco screen can add elegance to the bathroom, or choose one with a nature print to add greenery to your space.
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